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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Idiots


26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Again we see this crowd is too stupid to realize theyp are throwing insults over an issue they cant comprehend and have no sense of what it is about. Dumb confused hicks

Anonymous said...

Well, they don't understand because democrats learn to milk the cow until it dies. That's how they work.

Anonymous said...

Actually, you’ve been lied to by the dairy industry.
Milk is responsible for more obesity than anything else. It’s super growth cow food intended to turn a newborn bovine into a 1000 lb beast as fast as possible. It was never intended for human consumption. It is pure lard in water with a little sucrose. They even have to add vitamins it’s such a poor human food. Fools. Suckers... pun intended!! lol

Anonymous said...

These women are protesting the fact that the calves that keep the cows in milk are taken away from the cows, many becoming veal.

Anonymous said...

You are not allowed to protest on private property without permission by the owner. If the store owner did not allow their protest, they broke the law and deserve just punishment. Make them drink a gallon of milk.

Anonymous said...

Products of Wicomico County school system!!!

or

Products of WOR/WIC's free education program!!

SMH!

Anonymous said...

Sorry 7:16 . Is the pasteurization process that kills all healthy minerals and vitimins in pure milk.

Anonymous said...

I am glad to see the tide is turning against the dairy industry!!! 7:16 is right - you are a fool if you consume anything dairy related!!! I don't care if you are a republican or democrat - dairy is a poison product - google it! Whole foods-plant based is the only way to optimum health!

Anonymous said...

Sorry 8:22 but you can't "kill" a mineral. You can denature a vitamin with heat but again it depends on the substance in question. Not to play devils advocate here but they may be protesting the conditions dairy cows are kept in?

Anonymous said...

Vitamin D is added. (Rickets.)
Vitamin A is replaced. (Lost in skimming the fat from the milk.)

Anonymous said...

And you think they are protesting about Milk ? Google Meat is murder by: The Smiths... Don't get me wrong, I love beef...Ray...

Anonymous said...

I like Trader Joe's coffee and that's about it. Stores like this one and Whole Foods are geared towards a certain mentality, age bracket, and lifestyle. I don't like these stores, most of the people who work there nor the ones who shop there. Whiny little brats who think they know the answers to life. There used to be a company in Federalsburg that catered to these stores until they got the boot.

And remember the CEO of Whole Foods talking smack about their employees on some blog, which he thought was anonymous? Yeah, that kind of people. The food industry is a crappy way to make a living.

Anonymous said...

So is breast feeding violence too? I don't remember it being that bad (nipples did hurt a little though) LOL!

Anonymous said...

Let me slow it down for you. They are protesting the living conditions milk cows are raised in. They are not saying cows die by being milked. Dont get me wrong; i dont care a lick about "animal rights" issues and will continue to enjly my steak. But ayleast educate yourselves about a topic before hurling uninformed knee jerk insults.

Anonymous said...

Humans are the only species who continue to consume milk after they are weaned. Milk is only good for you when it's right out of the cow and that depends on what the cow is eating, what supplements they are given. The bottom line the milk purchased in stores is poison.

Anonymous said...

I love all the tree hugging Tofu eating idiots My Grandparents lived to be 88 and 101. They ate f***ing Crisco. They ate bacon and steak. Just another faction trying to make millions off of your hysteria. Ever notice a country that has self after shelf of DIFFERENT Milk lol. It is all marketing. I guess the leather in the shoes and boots these ladies wear came from a plant LOL !!!! The cow just lined up and said make me into a pair of ladies boots. Wow Americans just need to wise up. No matter what you eat you eventually die. So eat smart stop stressing over milk lol and enjoy your day.

Anonymous said...

There's no reason to keep an animal in deploring
living condition or to Not slaughter them in a
humane way.
Believe me you would not want to view inside a
Slaughter house. Those who work there must "get
off on killing in a horrific way."
I love beef, however there is a right way ,
wrong way to care for an animal and to kill
Proper inspections of these places are definitely
not being done properly and laws aren't strict
enough.

Anonymous said...

716 is correct

Anonymous said...

9:05 AM - It only applies to women in captivity whose milk is stolen from them and sold after their babies are stolen and raised by others who exploit them.

Anonymous said...

They are idiots they want a cause to aspire to they just can't think straight. It's all about attention and that 15 minutes of fame.

Anonymous said...

I am 88 and I drink about a half gallon a day and if I die tomorrow I have lived a great life. I have switched to Organic but don't see much of a difference.
Also in an above comment someone will have to show me how to kill a mineral

George Carlin said it the best, "People are F***ing Dumb".

Anonymous said...

Fall into the Gap

Anonymous said...

Please tell them we don't kill the mother for breast milk. And the sooner the better.

Anonymous said...

Is she a daca ?

Anonymous said...

3:56 I was thinking the same thing. Impressive width.

Anonymous said...

researchers in Ontario reviewed and analyzed 40 studies on the effects of pasteurization and the nutritional value of milk. The first finding: pasteurization has a small effect on the vitamins naturally found in milk. And contrary to raw milk, which only contains a small amount of vitamin D, pasteurized milk is fortified with this vitamin, which promotes calcium absorption and plays a key role in bone health. Only levels of riboflavin, or vitamin B2, decrease significantly during the pasteurization process. Nevertheless, pasteurized milk is still an important dietary source of this vitamin.